Leicester, UK, 03 May 2012 : The University of Leicester School of Management regarded as one of the top management institutions in the UK, is offering an expert-designed distance learning Professional Diploma in Management. The programme is designed to help students understand the key tasks and functions of management and the complex global environment in which enterprises operate.
The programme introduces students to management studies, preparing them for postgraduate study. Whether the students plan to undertake further study in management, or are looking for a quality stand-alone management degree, the programme is perfect to pursue.
Students are introduced to an array of management concepts and then test them for relevance in the contemporary society. Several elective modules and a professional management project enable the students to focus on the areas of management they find most interesting. They are encouraged to explore how the theories they learn can be implied in their current employment to improve things.
The programme is divided into three stages. The first stage includes the core modules Foundations of Management, Accountability and Financial Analysis, The Management Environment, and Strategic Thinking and Implementation. In the second stage, students have to study two elective modules, while stage three is the professional management project.
The minimum duration of the course is 12 months and it can be extended to 24 months. Developed for enhancing employability and career choices for professionals, the programme has start dates in February, May, August and November each year.
About the University of Leicester School of Management:
The University of Leicester School of Management is known for their provision of distance learning programmes including the Management distance learning
courses which are internationally accepted and appreciated. The Master of Business Administration degree
and other distance learning courses offered by the School are designed to enhance the careers of students who are already working.
For detailed information, please visit – http://www.le.ac.uk/management